Seawater baths, swimming pool, access to a doctor and photographer, boutiques and ice cream shops on the lower level – what more could you need! That was all the rage when The Cavalier first opened.
The Cavalier is a famous landmark hotel in Virginia Beach. Construction of the hotel started in 1926 and continued on for 13 months. The Cavalier got its name as the result of a newspaper contest. The hotel originally consisted of 195 guest rooms on 350 acre land.
Fast forward to 2018, The Cavalier is still a must visit destination. A super luxurious, fun place to see, with brunch on the weekends, and a cute garden to walk around. I had an amazing French toast for brunch and enjoyed walking around the area. The pops of color in each room and the décor were adorable. It was as if one was in the 1920’s. I definitely enjoyed the restoration of the famous landmark, and the food was delicious!
Have you been to the Cavalier? Did you go to their lunch or high tea? What did you think about the décor?